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Tap Your Gloves, Gentlemen. [Sep. 30th, 2004|06:00 pm]
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Well, the gloves have been tapped.

Thinking Up Mischief Chimpanzee by Krystii Melaine vs. A Parrot.


Who Do You Think Will Win?

George W. Bush
3(21.4%)
John Kerry
10(71.4%)


Note: Remember, this is not who you want to win.

This is who you think will win.



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[User Picture]From: sauce1977
2004-09-30 08:39 pm (UTC)
I'm completely independent on this election.

I am waiting for the final results . . . they are oh so close.

I will say that if Kerry continues to run GWB's platform with his own name over it, then it will be very bad for Democrats for the next four years.
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[User Picture]From: sauce1977
2004-09-30 09:26 pm (UTC)
I clearly know that it will be a crazy race until the final results.

We can change our choices any given number of times.

I'm very interested to see who looks better on the domestic issues.
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[User Picture]From: sauce1977
2004-09-30 09:28 pm (UTC)

Other non-surprising current news reports.

Utah people feel GWB won tonight's debate.

In other news, young people believe Kerry won.

All I know is . . . Utah loves GWB. Students do not.
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[User Picture]From: sauce1977
2004-09-30 09:40 pm (UTC)

Local ABC Feed Sentiments.

I just watched two blurbs . . .

A speech coach wrankled at the mistakes made by both Kerry and Bush.

Kerry was supposed to need a knockout blow, and by the coach's sentiment, she concluded that Kerry didn't deliver.

The next segment . . . women voters are insanely important to the outcome of this election. Women voted in higher numbers in the last election. Most women apparently feel undecided about the vote, and the debates are key to how they will cast.
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[User Picture]From: sauce1977
2004-09-30 10:49 pm (UTC)

Best Example of Difference of Leadership Style, in News, so far . . .

Bill Wineke wrote a great piece for the Wisconsin State Journal titled, "The real issue in debate was leadership style."

His thoughts summed up the differing styles exactly as I noticed.
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[User Picture]From: sauce1977
2004-09-30 10:51 pm (UTC)

Re: Best Example of Difference of Leadership Style, in News, so far . . .

Google News, search 'leadership style.'
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[User Picture]From: sauce1977
2004-10-01 12:38 am (UTC)

Word of Mouth, Keyboard, Television, and Otherwise.

Generally, I see Republican leaners voicing their victory in the debate . . . I see Democratic leaners doing the exact same thing.

The most interesting feature, to me, of the Bush/Gore election and the Kerry/Bush-in-progress . . . the ability of the internet to do what has never been demonstrated in such a way . . . showing the individual opinions of all people of different backgrounds.

I believe that the lack of common ground has been present from the very beginning of humanity . . . in an arena of big-league politics, those who stand on the podiums and speak have little to offer in the ever-litigious society.

What happens in the next days will ultimately decide who wins this election. For me, the debates generally matter the most in my decision.
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[User Picture]From: mostlie_sunnie
2004-10-01 10:09 am (UTC)
You're very popular with yourself today.
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[User Picture]From: sauce1977
2004-10-02 04:28 am (UTC)

You have the most creative answer as of yet. :D

Whoever wins, well, at least to me, it just isn't much of a difference.
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